- Readings 1
Presenters: Matt Meredith and Paul Bogen
- Donald Norman.
"The Psychopathology of everyday things."
From The Psychology of Everyday Things (The Design of Everyday Things).
First published 1988.
Available in the old text and on paper.
- Jeff Johnson
"Textual bloopers: an excerpt from GUI bloopers."
Vol. 7, No. 5, Sept/Oct 2000, pp. 28-48.
- Readings 2
Presenters: Adam Mikael and Clay Oehlke
- Vannevar Bush, "As We May Think", Atlantic Monthly, July 1945.
Available from many sources:
(Previous URL of
(HTML)has ceased to be free.)
IRE Transactions of Human Factors in Electronics,
(see copy here; note that we are
only reading one of the two papers)
- Readings 3
Presenters: Rashmi Verma and Zhaohul Li
Alan Kay and Adele Goldberg
"Personal Dynamic Media"
Originally appeared in IEEE Computer 10(3):31-41, March 1977
Jeff Johnson, et al.
"The Xerox Star: A Retrospective",
Vol. 22, No. 9,
(In old text and
- Readings 4
Presenters: Loi Nguyen and Weili Li
- Mark Weiser, The Computer for the 21st Century. Scientific
American, pp. 94, September 1991. Draft copy online
- Ben Shneiderman
"Understanding human reactivites and relationships: an excerpt from Leonardo's laptop".
Vol. 9, No. 5, September 2002, pp. 40-53.
- Readings 5
Presenters:Jane R. Jamjureeruk and Mike Jedrzejczyk
- John Gould, How to design usable systems. 1988, revised. From Readings
in Human-Computer Interaction: Towards the Year 2000. (old text and paper)
- Readings 6
Presenters: Peter Yu, Ramsey Nasir, and Tod Huelscher
- Clayton Lewis and John Rieman, Getting to Know Users and their Tasks, 1993.
(old text and here)
- S. Joy Mountford, Tools and Techniques for Creative Design, in B. Laurel
(Ed.) The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design, 1990 (old text and
- L. Vertelney, Using Video to Prototype User Interfaces. In SIGCHI Bulletin
(old text and on paper)
- Readings 7
Presenters: Leslie Vonderheide and Don Walker
- T. Erickson. Working With Interface Metaphors, in B. Laurel
(Ed.) The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design, 1990.
(old text and paper)
- Joseph E. McGrath, Methodology Matters. In Readings
in Human-Computer Interaction: Towards the Year 2000, 1995.
(old text and paper)
- Readings 8
Presenters: Colin Speight and Adam Mikael
- Robert L. Mack and Jakob Nielsen. "Usability Inspection Methods: Executive
Summary." Pages 1-24 from the book published 1994.
(Old text and paper).
- Jakob Nielsen. "Guerrila HCI: Using Discount Usability Engineering to
Penetrate the Intimidation Barrier". 1994. http://www.useit.com/papers/guerrilla_hci.html
- Readings 9
Presenters: Mike Jedrzejczk and Sei-young Ahn
- Liam J. Bannon. "From Human Factors to Human Actors," in Greenbaum and
Kyng, Design at Work, 1991.
- Bodeker, Gronbaek, and Kyng, "Cooperative Design: Techniques and
Experiences from the Scandinavian Scene. (old text and paper).
- Readings 10
Presenters: Mathew Riley and Ramsey Nasir
- Ehn and Sjogren. "From System Descriptions to Scripts for Action," in
Greenbaum and Kyng, Design at Work, 1991.
- Suchman and Trigg. "Understanding Practice: Video as a Medium for
Reflection and Design,"
Greenbaum and Kyng, Design at Work, 1991.
- Readings 11
Presenters: Seungkug Choi and ChoonSeog Park
- Wendy E. MacKay. "Is paper safer? The role of paper flight strips in air
traffic control." ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction
(TOCHI). Vol. 6, No. 4, Dec. 1999, pp. 311-340.
- Readings 12
Presenters: Paul Bogen and Tarvoris Johnson
- Henry Mintzberg, A Typology of Organizational Structure. In Baecker,
editor, Readings in Groupware and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, 1993,
- Wanda J. Orlikowski, Learning from Notes, CSCW 92. (ACM DL)
- Readings 13
Presenters: Shannon Hardt and Matt Sanders
Presenters for these readings and the next set
should work together as the second
article in this readings may be discussed in conjunction with the first article
in the next readings. Students should read ahead and read this next article
- Flores, Graves, Hartfield, and Winograd. Computer Systems and the Design
of Organizational Interaction. ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems,
6(2), April 1998, pp. 153-172. (ACM DL)
- Rob Kling, Controversies about Computerization and the Organization of
White Collar Work, adapted from The Information Society 9(1), Jan-Feb 1993,
pp. 1-29. (Read version in old text.)
- Readings 14
Presenters: Leslie Vonderheide, Matt Meredith, and Don Walker
- Suzanne Iacono and Rob Kling, Computerization Movements: The Rise of the
Internet and Distant Forms of Work. Information technology and organizational
transformation: history, rhetoric, and practice, 2001, pp. 93-136. (Available
on the Web)
- Jonathan Grudin, Interactive Systems, IEEE Computer, 24(4), pp. 59-69,
April 1991. (IEEE DL)
- Readings 15
Presenters: Peter Yu, Jane R. Jamjureeruk, and Ted Hoelscher
- Brad Myers, Scott E. Hudson, and Randy Pausch,
Past, Present, and Future of User Interface Software Tools,
ACM Transactions on Computer Human Interaction, vol 7, no. 1, March, 2000,
- Greenberg, S. and Roseman, M. (1999).
Groupware Toolkits for Synchronous Work. In M. Beaudouin-Lafon, editor, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Trends in Software 7), Chapter 6, p135-168, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, ISBN 0471 96736 X. 258pp.
- Readings 16
Presenters: Colin Speight and Brian Martin
- Gray, John, and Atwood. Project Ernestine: Validating a GOMS Analysis for
Predicting and Explaining Real-World Task Performance. Human-Computer
Interaction, 8(3), p. 237 ff., 1993. Online version
- Readings 17
Presenters: Loi Nguyen, Weili Li, and Matthew Riley
- Ken Perlin and David Fox. Pad: an alternative approach to the computer
interface. SIGGRAPH 1993.
- Brad A. Myers. "Using Hand-Held Devices and PCs Together," Communications
of the ACM. Volume 44, Issue 11. November, 2001. pp. 34 - 41.
- Readings 18
Presenters: Shannon Hardt, Matt Sanders, and Clay Oehlke
- Golovchinsky and Denoue. Moving Markup: Repositioning Freeform
Annotations. UIST 2002.
- Lee, Forlizzi, and Hudson. The kinetic typography engine: An extensible
system for animating expressive text. UIST 2002.
- Readings 19
Presenters: Choon Seog Park, Seungkug Choi, and Sei-young Ahn
- Fiore, Tiernan, and Smith. Observed behavior and perceived value of
authors in Usenet newsgroups. CHI 2002.
- Pagulyan, et al., "User-Centered Design in Games," in Jacko and Sears
(Eds.), The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook, 2003.
See cached draft copy.
- Readings 20
Presenters: Zhaohui Li and Rashmi Verma
- Fogg, Soohoo, Danelson, Marable, Stanford, and Tauber. How do users
evaluate the credibility of Web sites?: A study with over 2,500 participants.
CHI 2003. Pages 1-15. (ACM
- Findlater and McGrenere. A comparison of static, adaptive, and adaptable
menus. CHI 2004. Pages 89-96. (ACM DL)
- Readings 21
Presenters: Janson Howson and Takeisha Hubbard
- Fitzmaurice, Khan, Pieké, Buxton, and Kurtenbach. Tracking menus.
UIST 2003. Pages 71-79. (ACM DL)
- Pavlovych and Stuerzlinger. Model for non-expert text entry speed on
12-button phone keypads. CHI 2004. Pages 351-358. (ACM DL)
- Readings 22
Presenters: Homer LeMar and Tarvoris Johnson
- Ward, Blackwell, and MacKay. Dasher--a data entry interface using
continuous gestures and language models. UIST 2000. Pages 129-137.
- Ingmarsson, Dinka, and Zhai. TNT: a numeric keypad based text input
method. CHI 2004. Pages 639-646. (ACM DL)
- Readings 23
Presenters: Brian Martin and Olusegun Adekile
- Nelson, Bly, and Sokoler. Quiet calls: talking silently on mobile phones.
CHI 2001. Pages 174-181. (ACM DL)
- Rebecca E. Grinter and Leysia Palen.
Instant messaging in teen life.
- Readings 24
Presenters: Jason Howson and Olusegun Adekile
- Dumais, Cutrell, Cadiz, Jancke, Sarin, and Robbins. Stuff I've seen: a
system for personal information retrieval and re-use. SIGIR 2003. Pages
72-79. (ACM DL)
- H. Bruce, W. Jones, and S. Dumais.
Keeping and Re-finding Information on the Web:
What do people do and what do they need? In ASIST 2004: Proceedings of the
67th ASIST annual meeting, Chicago, IL, October, 2004. (Copy here)
- Readings 25
Presenters: Takeisha Hubbard and Homer LeMar
- Klemmer, Graham, Wolff, and Landay. Books with voices: paper transcripts
as a physical interface to oral histories. CHI 2003. Pages 89-96. (ACM DL)
- Marshall, Price, Golovchinsky, and Schilit. Designing e-books for legal
research. JCDL 2001. Pages 41-48. (ACM DL)
- Readings 26
- Chu, Bainbridge, Jones, and Witten. Realistic books: a bizarre homage to
an obsolete medium? JCDL 2004. Pages 78-86. (ACM DL)
- Bonnie A. Nardi and James R. Miller. Twinkling lights and nested loops:
distributed problem solving and spreadsheet development. International Journal
of Man-Machine Studies. 34:2, February 1991. Pages 161-184. (Copy to be
- Readings 27
- Grudin. Groupware and social dynamics: eight challenges for developers.
CACM. 37:1, January 1994. Pages 92-105. (ACM DL)
- Another paper may be added.
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